Myanmar MoU workers going to Thailand require to attend foreign employment course

The foreign employment course will be conducted for Myanmar MoU workers bound for Thailand from 4 July, according to the Ministry of Labour.
The foreign employment course will be lectured four times a day starting from 4 July. Officials of the Department of Labour will give lectures on the do’s and don’ts at jobs in accordance with Thailand’s cultural traditions.
Myanmar MoU workers may face language barriers, leading to potential labour problems arising from a lack of basic knowledge and understanding of workplace regulations. The training course will help them solve labour problems. — TWA/KZW

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